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NTU EEE graduand (Class of 2018): Geng Yabin

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NTU EEE graduating student, Mr Geng Yabin, is part of our Class of 2018! He is graduating with a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) with Honours (Highest Distinction). Yabin is also an award winner for the upcoming NTU Convocation for the following: Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal winner. We find out more about this NTU EEE graduand’s experiences in the School!

What were some of your favourite activities in NTU EEE?
“I believe that the Mentor-Meet-Mentee activities are very meaningful and helpful. The mentors always provided mentees with constructive suggestions and feedback towards studies and life. My mentor, NTU EEE Prof. Chan Chok You, really helped me a lot when I was confused and lost about some study issues.

Another of my favourite activity is definitely EEE Day, when NTU EEE students gather together to celebrate the School’s “birthday”. It is very enjoyable.”

What do you like about NTU EEE?
“NTU EEE is a multi-disciplinary programme that can equip students with advantages of state-of-the-art technologies in both hardware and software. And this is a “one degree, multiple opportunities” program, where students not only learn to acquire knowledge, but also teamwork, communication skills, etc.”

What are some of your experiences as an NTU EEE student?
“For the fresh students, I suggest them to join more school clubs that interest them as long as they can handle their studies. This is because in the final year of study, students may not have enough time to grow and broaden their personal interests. Therefore, students should learn about time management and not push everything to the last minute!”

What are some of your achievements while being an NTU EEE undergraduate?
“I have been on the Dean’s List for 3 consecutive years. I also received the achievement of having one of the best DIP projects. For my project, I helped to design and improve the efficiency of the algorithms for implantable cortical prosthesis, using machine learning to classify finger activities.”

What are your plans after graduating?
“I am planning on completing a Master’s course in engineering during this period.”

What do you have to say to current and future undergrads?
“The four years in NTU EEE will really be a fulfilling and meaningful journey. As the saying goes, “interest is the best teacher”, and it also promises your study through your own initiative. So try to build up your interest in the Engineering field.

Be focused. Multitasking will only hamper productivity. Lastly, study hard and play hard.”


​​​Published on 27 July 2018​​

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